Research engineer specializing in analogue electronics (ref: 2.2.1-394/22)
Swedish Institute of Space Physics in Kiruna is looking for a research engineer specializing in analogue electronics.
Within the Solar System Physics and Space Technology research program we explore the solar system. The group consists of scientists and engineers with different specialist skills who work together to develop and deliver space instruments for national and international scientific satellites. The projects are usually carried out together with ESA, NASA and other major space agencies.
More information about the activities of the program and its projects can be found here.
Your main area of responsibility will be to develop, design, manufacture and test electronics for space instruments. Production of technical documentation is an important part of the work, as well as being able to verbally communicate the results of the work. We are primarily seeking an engineer with experience in analogue electronics, power systems and EMC.
The process from idea to a finished instrument is mainly carried out at IRF and you will immediately see the results of your work. Many of the work task include development of prototypes. Projects usually involve international collaborations, which can involve both domestic and international travels.
Master’s degree in engineering with a focus on electronics, or other equivalent competence that the employer assesses to be equivalent. Specialization in space technology is an advantage.
Experience in the development and testing of analogue electronics systems (e.g. amplifiers and power supplies) for space or aerospace applications, as well as experience in the field of EMC, is highly valued.
Experience in the construction of digital systems is also meritorious, as well knowledge in space technology. Due to the extensive international contacts, it is important that you can express yourself very well in spoken and written English.
The work entails high demands on independence, accuracy, initiative and the ability to solve problems in many technical areas. Ability to collaborate within the work group as well as with external parties is a requirement. Great emphasis will be placed on personal suitability.
What we can offer you
We can offer you a workplace with flexible working time agreements, up to seven weeks of vacation per year, well-developed health care with well-being activities, health benefits and a gym at the workplace.
What we are most proud to be able to offer you are varied and interesting tasks, pleasant colleagues, a creative and free workplace where everyone is given their own responsibility.
The position is a permanent position based at the head office in Kiruna. Access by agreement. We apply individual salary setting.
Equality, equal conditions and diversity are fundamental principles in our workplace and we work in an equality-integrated way, which means that we consider equality aspects in our daily work and in all decision-making forums.
Kiruna is a fantastic place to live, among other things we have Sweden’s most modern city center – see more on this page.
For further information, please contact:
Stas Barabash, Program Head, +46-980-79122, firstname.lastname@example.org
Uwe Raffalski, SACO-S, +46-980-790 21, email@example.com
Stefan Karlsson, ST, +46-980-790 29, firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 2022-12-06.
The application must contain a CV and a personal letter (maximum one page) describing relevant experience. The application must also contain contact details for two professional references.
Welcome with your application, preferably via e-mail, to: email@example.com
Swedish Institute of Space Physics,
SE-981 28 Kiruna, Sweden
Please quote reference number: 2.2.1-394/22
If your application is sent by e-mail you will get confirmation that IRF has received it. If you do not receive confirmation within three days, please contact the Registrar, +46-980-79000.
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Swedish Institute of Space Physics (IRF) is a governmental research institute that conducts postgraduate education and research in space physics, atmospheric physics and space technology. Many of IRF’s projects are run as large international projects in collaboration with other research institutes and space agencies. IRF has about one hundred employees and offices in Kiruna (headquarters), Umeå, Uppsala and Lund. For more information about IRF: www.irf.se